Sublimely sensitive sonic experiences Force For Good – Passions

Sublimely sensitive sonic experiences Force For Good

Sublimely sensitive sonic experiences Force For Good – PASSIONS: What an absolutely wonderful musical adventure Jonathan Sprout, member of the Religious Society of Friends (aka Quakers) has put together in this sublimely sensitive sonic experience… before I discuss some of the songs, please view a trailer of the video for the song “Harmony” that is part of the new album…

…as you can see in the trailer, people, their emotions and subjects that matter to us all are vividly portrayed… you can view other sample videos from the February, 2020 release when you SUBSCRIBE to the Force For Good YouTube channel… do it now, as I did.

I can’t emphasize strongly enough how pertinent “Force For Good’s” music is for the planet… songs like “Ice” (I’ll come back and add sample links as soon as I’m told the album has gone “hot”) use gentle piano, strings and other instruments to wrap you deeply in the emotions all of us feel when we consider global warming… perfect for children, I predict this beautiful song will be getting MAJOR airplay on stations all around the globe!

What’s so enchanting about this group’s music is that they never “overstate” their case, yet capture you in their spell on all sixteen of the songs… one of the most powerful songs I’ve heard (yet) in 2019 is the perfectly paced “Solar”, celebrating the boundless energy of our Sun.

It wasn’t difficult (at all) to make my choice for personal favorite… “Refuge” will bring visions of sanctuary when events may often seem cold and cruel… if we had wonderful songs like this being piped into our schools, our world would be a far better place.

I give Jonathan and his Force For Good players a MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED rating, with an “EQ” (energy quotient) score of 4.98.  Get more information about this fascinating group on the Force For Good website.            Rotcod Zzaj

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